Context. The study of young Sun-like stars is fundamental to understanding the magnetic activity and rotational evolution of the Sun. Space-borne photometry by the Kepler telescope provides unprecedented datasets to investigate these phenomena in Sun-like stars.
Aims. We present a new analysis of the entire Kepler photometric time series of the moderately young Sun-like star Kepler-17 accompanied by a transiting hot Jupiter.
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Stellar activity and rotation of the planet host Kepler-17 from long-term space-borne photometry
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